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NJ Chapter PMI

Upcoming Chapter Events:

Volunteer Opportunities (many PDUs)
Webinars of Past Events (1- 2 PDUs each)
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IPM Day and Nov Webinar Posted
IPM Day and Nov Photos Posted
2014 LIM Photos Posted

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Volunteer of the Quarter - 3Q14
Anand Shanmugam

Volunteer Of Quarter

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Speaker Solicitation for the May 2015 Symposium

Project of the Year Nominations Due 01 Mar 15

The Project Management Institute (PMI) is a nonprofit Professional organization  to advance the state-of-art in project management. PMI is dedicated to making project management indispensible for business results.  PMI provides a forum for the exchange of project management problems, solutions and applications. 

The New Jersey Chapter is devoted to building professionalism and excellence in Project Managers.  The chapter activities include: Panel Discussions, Lecture meetings, Networking, PMP Test Preparation Classes, and Symposiums.

NJ Chapter statistics (1 Dec 2014):

Members 4679  
CAPM 30 .6%
PfMP 6 .1%
PgMP 18 .4%
PMI-ACP 41 .9%
PMI-PBA 3 .1%
PMI-RMP 10 .2%
PMI-SP 5 .1%
PMP 3316 70.9%

Apply for PMI membership online (on the right hand side of the webpage, choose individual, retired, or student).  Chapter membership can be added at the time of application.

To add PMINJ Chapter membership to your PMI membership:

  • login at http://www.pmi.org with your PMI id and password
  • click  “Get Involved”
  • click “Components & Communities”
  • click “PMI Chapters”
  • then navigate to United States, then New Jersey
  • click the orange “Join” button
  • add to your shopping cart and checkout. 

The NJ Chapter annual membership fee is $20.  If you have trouble, contact PMI Global Operations Center at 610-356-4600 or customercare@pmi.org.

Members and Future Members - PLEASE make your HOME address your default address for mailings from PMI and the NJ Chapter.

A man’s reputation is what other people think of him;
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